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SSD for Thinkpad X220

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June 20, 2011 8:48:36 AM

Hi -
Has anyone yet sussed out which SSD Drives are compatibile with the new X220 range?
The existing disk looks like a micro drive (1.8"?) and i need to replace this with an SSD.
The only 1.8" SSD I have found out there so far is the Intel X18-M ..

Is that the correct type of drive to fit this machine, an 1.8" unit?

Thanks

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June 20, 2011 10:31:42 AM

You could also use a 50mm mSATA SSD.

B2CIT have launched a Sales Promotion during 20th -30th June. 120GB Renice mSATA Promotion price is 249.9$ with a mSATA to SATA adaptor for free! I am so excited to share with you about this wonderful deal.


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June 20, 2011 10:43:58 AM

Gamue said:
You could also use a 50mm mSATA SSD.

B2CIT have launched a Sales Promotion during 20th -30th June. 120GB Renice mSATA Promotion price is 249.9$ with a mSATA to SATA adaptor for free! I am so excited to share with you about this wonderful deal.


]http://upload1.tradetang.com/img/o/1106/20/17/137424/13742416598.jpg


LOL, I already mention about the msata. And you post smell a bit like the billboard of B2CIT. If you are advertising, I will report you. If you are a legit forum member, try not behaving so much like a salesperson next time, its confusing.
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June 29, 2011 4:41:32 AM

Renice is a good SSD brand, I expect the numbers to be true.

Still, I'm holding off until I see some user reviews of this baby.
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June 30, 2011 6:28:45 AM

Ministorage said:
Here is a very detail Test review about the Renice ssd talked about in this topic,
a detail data compare between some other brand ssds.


another discription on the Renice mSATA SSD
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Gambol said:
Renice is a good SSD brand, I expect the numbers to be true.

Still, I'm holding off until I see some user reviews of this baby.



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I tested it with CrystalDiskMark:
Sequential read/write: 190MB/S 100MB/S
512k read/write: 185MB/S 108MB/S
4k Random read/write: 12MB/S 20MB/S
4k Raddom read/write (QD32): 10MB/S 90MB/S
A little higher than the benchmarks published by B2CIT


From http://ssd-reviews.com/PNphpBB2-viewtopic-t-52.html
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July 8, 2011 7:39:48 AM

Wow...This data seems so impressive. wonderful SSD
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